Rebels up to No. 10 in AP Top 25

Ole Miss is a top-10 college football team. Evidence of that came Sunday afternoon when Associated Press voters took notice of a second-straight lop-sided win and moved the Rebels up four spots to no. 10 in the AP Top 25.

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Day After Observations

Thoughts and observations from the Rebels’ 56-15 win over La.-Lafayette … In the off-season I thought Lafayette could possibly be the Rebels’ most challenging non-conference game. It also looked like Vanderbilt would provide more of a test. While Ole Miss

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More from the postgame as Rebels celebrate big win

From the postgame, here’s Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze As you heard him say there, he’s really pleased with the play he’s getting from Bo Wallace. These two game since Boise have been good, in my opinion, to increase Wallace’s

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Final: Ole Miss 56, La.-Lafayette 15

Some Rapid Reaction here. Hugh Freeze and more video to come. — Halftime 28-6: The Cajuns have kicked a couple of short field goals, the latter in the final seconds after a Bo Wallace interception. I had stepped away from

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Game Day: ULL at Ole Miss

Improving in the red zone ULL center returning home Coleman’s contributions Adeboyejo returns to form Rebels’ Sandroni dead at 64 La.-Lafayette at No. 14 Ole Miss Where: Vaught-Hemingway Stadium (60,580) Kickoff: 3 p.m. Television: SEC Network Radio: Ole Miss Network, Sirius

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Opponent Q-and-A

Special thanks to Jay Walker, now in his 23rd season as the play-by-play voice of the Ragin’ Cajuns: PA: Take us through the La. Tech game. I think people who have knowledge of the Cajuns were surprised by that score.

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OL Update

Reaching back to some old lingo from the days of CB radio Hugh Freeze said on Monday that he and the staff were going to put the pedal down in terms of getting UCLA transfer Christian Morris ready to play,

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Friday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Friday morning … It’s been a tough week for college sports radio in Mississippi. While one may have been more unexpected than the other it was sad to learn of the passing of both Jack

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Rebels garner pledge from Tenn. OL

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen One of the big need areas for the Ole Miss coaches to sign in the 2015 signing class are offensive linemen. Two days after gaining an important verbal pledge from Memphis’ Drew Richmond, the Rebels

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Talking SEC Football

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Honoring Stan Sandroni

Some former and current players react on Twitter to news of Stan Sandroni’s death: RIP Stan Sandroni. Great Rebel but better person. Will miss his voice on Fall Saturdays. — Walker Jones (@walkerj29) September 11, 2014 Please tell me the

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Predictions Anyone?

I’ve heard that Ole Miss is a “football school.” I’ve wondered who defines that. Most SEC schools would say the same thing I suppose. Maybe not Kentucky. Football raises the money and drives the bus. So if Ole Miss fans

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Ole Miss sideline reporter Stan Sandroni dies

Stan Sandroni, who had begun his 26th season as the sideline reporter for the Ole Miss football broadcast team, has died. A TeleSouth Communications report said Sandroni, 64, died of a heart attack. Oxford Citizen sports editor John Davis reported

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